So I tried reinstalling the Breeze cursor theme using Muon package manager. Immediately after, the System Settings application stopped being able to display some pages. I didn’t think much of it, and rebooted my computer to see if it would help. However, my computer booted into a weird login screen very different from the KDE Plasma 5 default screen, and a large on-screen keyboard appears when I click certain parts of the screen. I am able to type my password, but I cannot log in. I restarted again and tried updating all packages, but the problem persists. I have pictures of the login screen and keyboard, but I do not have enough reputation to post them here, so I’ll have to find another way.
i set magento 2 luma theme for entire site if customer not login after customer login need set ultimo theme i have installed ultimo theme i am able to set by using fallowing line $ objectManager->get(\Magento\Framework\View\DesignInterface::class)->setDesignTheme('Infortis/vanilla', 'frontend');
all working fine but when i write custom css it not loading it generating in pub folder but not loading i have place custom css Magento_Theme/layout/default_head_blocks.xml
I am developing a custom “child” theme based off Luma and wondering how I might add a custom head.phtml file in my child theme so that I can have my magento load that to get the additional css and js i need loaded when my child theme loads.
I have edited the file located at app/design/frontend/Kiss/luma_kiss/Magento_Theme/layout/default.xml
I have successfully changed my login screen, the one you get when you reboot the OS. What I have noticed is, that the login screen after a reboot, is not the same as the lockscreen when I suspend, or lock the PC. I cannot find the file to change the lockscreen. Has anyone managed this yet? The file changed is /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/gdm3.css and that successfully changed the theme of the login screen that you see when you reboot. To change the lockscreen that you get after a suspend, I tried to change the file /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/gnome-shell.css but nothing changed. Have I forgotten anything, any commands?